By John Keegan and Edmund Boys
One of my all-time favorite films is “The Stunt Man”, Richard Rush's defiantly independent paean to film-making and the blurry line between fantasy and reality (hmmm, sound familiar?). So, the announcement that Barbara Hershey, that film's female lead, would play Regina's mother, Cora, was one I greeted with great relish and anticipation. What I didn't anticipate was an episode where the show's creators, Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, step in and take a major corrective yank on the show's tiller. After the mid-season doldrums, there's promise of much smoother, swifter sailing ahead.